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Dorchester Man Facing New Charges After Racist Rant
Boston police have applied for 54-year-old Paul Sheehan of Dorchester to be charged with threat to do bodily harm, a civil rights violation with no bodily injury and threat to do property damage, the department said Friday.
Masked demonstrator handcuffed on Boston's City Hall Plaza
At least one masked demonstrator, dressed all in black, was handcuffed and led away by police Saturday morning.
Man arrested in car thefts, break-ins, Walpole police say
Nicholas Deberry, a 27-year-old man who police say lives in Walpole, was arrested and charges with the thefts.
Strong storms march east with downpours, lightning, thunder
Parts of Worcester County are currently under a severe thunderstorm warning through 3:45 p.m. Impacts may include gusty wind, hail, lightning and torrential rain.
Blue Bikes are expanding to Mattapan, Roslindale, and southern Dorchester
The Blue Bikes pedaling down Boston’s streets are making their way to new places.Mayor Marty Walsh and the city’s transportation department announced details this week for plans to expand the system, bringing 19 stations, or bike docks, to Mattapan, Roslindale, and southern Dorchester this fall.The
Red Sox put Chris Sale on 10-day disabled list
The#RedSoxtoday placed LHP Chris Sale on the 10-day disabled list with mild left shoulder inflammation, retroactive to Wednesday, August 15. To fill Sale’s spot on the 25-man roster, the club recalled RHP Brandon Workman from Triple-A Pawtucket.— Boston Red Sox (@RedSox)August 18, 2018
Author Event, Music Theater: Events On The Sudbury Calendar
Bridges by EPOCH at Sudbury will host Community Open Houses on select Thursdays and Saturdays in August. Date and times include Thursday, Aug. 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30 from 2 to 4 p.m. and Saturday, Aug. 4, 11, 18 and 25 from 10 a.m. to noon. Come tour our brand new memory care community, meet our dement
MA State PD Overtime Abuse Scam: Trooper Agrees To Plead Guilty
BOSTON – A suspended Massachusetts State Police Trooper was charged and agreed to plead guilty today in connection with being paid over $11,000 for overtime hours that he did not work, the DA announced Friday. He is the sixth trooper charged in the investigation that has upended the way the State Po
Dozen of cars broken into, four stolen in Walpole crime spree
A Walpole neighborhood with a reputation as a crime free area is searching for suspects after a recent crime spree. Nearly a dozen cars have been broken into and four have been stolen.
T Rider Helps Transit PD Nab 'Depraved' Man At Downtown Crossing
BOSTON, MA — Police arrested a man accused of indecently assaulting a girl under the age of 14 at Downtown Crossing, thanks to a Good Samaritan who saw it happen and helped keep an eye on the 44-year-old man until police arrived.
Thief, Possible Break-In Attempt: Wellesley Police Log
4:15 p.m. - Officer Fritts was dispatched to the Babson College Skating Rink parking lot for a report two motor vehicles that had been broken into. Officer Fritts spoke with two women who both had purses stolen from their vehicles. Windows were broken to gain access to both vehicles and their purses
'Route 128 Bandit' Gets Prison For 10 Boston Area Bank Robberies
Paul B. Landrum, known as the "Route 128 Bandit," because he was accused of knocking over multiple banks in communities along the Rt. 128 corridor, was sentenced by U.S. Senior District Court Judge Douglas P. Woodlock to 57 months in prison and three years of supervised release.
Somerville School Calendar 2018-19: First Day Of School, Vacation
SOMERVILLE, MA — The first day of school in Somerville is August 29 — and whether you and the kids are looking forward to the new school year or are dreading the end of summer, you'll want to mark the date on your calendar ASAP. The Somerville School District has released its 2018-2019 calendar for
Mattapan man arrested after shooting near Mass. Ave. MBTA station
A Mattapan man was arrested Wednesday night after a man was shot in a park behind the Massachusetts Avenue MBTA station in Boston, authorities said.Lushaun Gay, 26, will be arraigned in Roxbury District Court Thursday, according to Jake Wark, a spokesman for the Suffolk County District Attorney’s of
It's Official: Pawtucket Red Sox Move To Worcester
WORCESTER, MA—Baseball fans in Worcester won't have to drive to Rhode Island to check out the prospects for the Boston Red Sox. The Pawtucket Red Sox are officially announcing that they are relocating to Worcester's canal district, say several media outlets.
Medford School Calendar 2018-19: First Day Of School, Vacations
MEDFORD, MA — The first day of school in Medford is August 28 — and whether you and the kids are looking forward to the new school year or are dreading the end of summer, you'll want to mark the date on your calendar ASAP. The Medford School District has released its 2018-2019 calendar for public sc
Tiny House In Natick Going For $329,900
Address:127 Hartford St, Natick, MassachusettsPrice: $329,900Square Feet: 729Bedrooms: 2Bathrooms: 1 BathsBuilt: 1930Features: Darling immaculately maintained a "small" home- It has 729 ft.²... It has everything you need and would be a perfect condo alternative ... Bright and cheery white kitchen wi
Arrests For OUI, Break-Ins: Framingham Police Log
12:15 a.m.: Yukari Porter, 48, 29 Quail Drive, Dover, NH, was arrested at Belvidere Road and Concord Street and charged with OUI liquor
‘I made a lot of bots really angry’: Somerville mayor doubles down on Sam Adams boycott
A sign calling out Jim Koch, the co-founder and chairman of the Boston Beer Company, the producers of Samuel Adams beer, for a pro-Trump statement. The sign hangs on a house visible from the parking lot in Jamaica Plain that the brewery uses.–Lane Turner/The Boston Globe
Wellesley Police log: “unpleasant” bank encounter, gas money request, hoop project no slam dunk
On August 6, 2018 at 5:20 p.m. Officer Wall was dispatched to the area of Lexington Road and Worcester Street for a report of a male party who had approached a homeowner and asked for gas money because his car had run out of gas. Officer Wall observed a male party sitting in the passenger seat of